Loic is Head of Events and oversees the planning and content of WIG’s extensive events calendar. Loic manages WIG’s Health, Digital & Technology, and Financial Services networks. He joined WIG in September 2015 and has over 14 years’ events experience, across exhibitions, professional development and conferences. Loic recently returned from Australia where, over 11 years, he led events for Informa Australia, the Australasian Railway Association, the Financial Services Institute of Australia (FINSIA) and the Association for Data-driven Marketing and Advertising (ADMA).
As Event & Content Manager, Jamie is responsible for producing and managing a wide range of WIG events across a number of networks. Prior to joining WIG, Jamie worked in International Trade & Development, creating high-level investment conferences for the governments of emerging economies. Originally from New Zealand, she spent several years working as a Relationship Manager in the healthcare sector before making the move to London in 2014. Jamie holds a Bachelor of Communication Studies in Public Relations and Management Communication from the University of Waikato. When she’s not in the office, Jamie can be found training or competing for CrossFit London.
Frederic is WIG’s Events Executive supporting the planning and delivery of WIG events. Frederic has a real interest in international affairs having undertaken a BA at Reading University and MSc at the University of Surrey in International Relations. Upon graduating, Frederic spent six months in Melbourne, Australia working for an NGO. He then went on to work for a London-based think tank focusing on Middle Eastern politics. In his free time, he enjoys skiing, tennis and travelling.
Francesca works on content for WIG events across a range of areas, including technology and innovation, health and social care, transport and infrastructure and more. She also produces and manages our flagship annual Diversity & Inclusion Conference and our 'Workings of Whitehall' seminars. Francesca has worked in international conference production, research, marketing and event management across a range of sectors including public policy, life sciences, and professional development for the legal sector. She has a degree in History from the University of Bristol.
With a background in event organisation, administration and research, Ana will email you about events that may be of interest, as well as chase you for membership renewal! Ana is responsible for supporting the delivery of the events programme and managing the administrative side of the membership. Her background is mainly in the charity sector, having previously worked in social mobility and in research for non-profits associated with the University of Essex.
Emma is WIG’s Events Assistant supporting the planning and delivery of events.
She is currently studying Politics and International Relations at the University of Bath, and is undertaking a placement year to work at WIG, before going back to complete her degree next year. In her spare time Emma enjoys travelling, volunteering and spinning.
Catherine is Head of Member Value developing new offers to meet our members' needs such as our regional programme, various series in partnership with like minded organisations and a 'Meet the Author' series. Catherine also manages and chairs our HR Directors Network, L & D Network, Diversity & Inclusion Network and leads our delivery team for the Commissioning Academy. Before she joined WIG, Catherine spent a decade as a Civil Servant in the government's marketing agency following an international career in the private sector including Global Marketing Director for Durex and European Marketing Director for Yahoo! Outside of WIG, she is an advocate for children with special needs and enjoys cooking (and of course the eating).
(@wiguk) "It’s been an extremely worthwhile and refreshing experience" Shan Morgan, Permanent Secretary of @WelshGovernment shares her thoughts on her recent experience shadowing Mark Reynolds, CEO of @MaceGroup facilitated by WIG. https://civilservice.blog.gov.uk/2018/05/17/leadership-changing-places/ …